The Week Ahead: 10 Things To Do And See

1. Alexander Wang Sample Sale—We know you've been coveting everything Alexander Wang (umm we die for Rocco Mini Duffle Bag). Starting August 5th and lasting 4 days, merch is up to 80% off. Just be sure to get there early because a stampede is highly probable. (NYC)
2. New Arcade Fire Album "The Suburbs" Drops—Arcade Fire's hotly anticipated junior album drops August 3rd. The follow up to 2004's "Funeral" and 2007's "Neon Bible," our expectations for this album are nothing but sky-high. (Everywhere)
3.Cairo Time In Theaters—If all the summer action-packed Blockbusters have left your senses over-stimulated, unwind with Cairo Time, a deliciously unadulterated and intimate story about a fashion magazine editor and her unlikely lover. In theaters August 6th. (Everywhere)
4. The Rachel Zoe Project Season 3—We die for Rachel Zoe and her borderline case of Tourette's, so we know you'll go bananas for the premiere of the 3rd season. Tune in August 3rd to find out what really happened with Tay, who's shutting it down, and which celebs will be frequenting the studio. Babe! Rog! (Everywhere)
5.The Bachelor Pad Premiere—Nineteen of your favorite former contestants from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette reunite under one roof on August 9th and compete in challenges for immunity and a "second chance at love." It's like The Real World challenges, only with more attractive people and lots of herpes. (Everywhere)
6. Betty White's Clothing Line—There's just no stopping Betty. With a SNL gig and racy calendar in her repertoire, the 88-year-old actress has now added designer to her resume, teaming up with Jerry Leigh. The line consists of hoodies and tees featuring the Golden Girl's image, available at (Everywhere)
7. Material Girl Clothing Line Launches—If you're a child of the '80s, you know better than anyone that there wasn't a girl who didn't want to dress like the Material Girl. And now you, or your little cousin, can, sort of. Madonna and daughter Lourdes will reveal their new line of clothing on August 3rd at Macy's department store. (NYC)
8. National Friendship Day—Established in 1935, Friendship Day is August 1st. So celebrate those you hold dear! (Everywhere)
9.Fossil's Long Live Art—Come out on July 31st and watch mixed-media artist Dolan Geiman, as he installs a custom window display at Fossil for "Long Live Art," a campaign featuring four artists specializing in vintage-inspired art forms. You'll even score some free swag. (NYC)
10. Daily Show's Lizz Winstead at Comix—She co-created the Daily Show, so you know she's going to pack a punch. See her perform at Comix NYC from August 5th through August 8th. (NYC)

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